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Embark on an Unforgettable Journey on the Nile with Egypt Cruise Planners

Discover the magic of Egypt with our exclusive Nile cruises. As the premier Egypt cruise operator, we craft unparalleled experiences that blend luxury, history, and adventure seamlessly. Your voyage with Egypt Cruise Planner promises to... Read More

Book Your Egypt Cruise Today and Uncover the Mysteries of the Nile!

At Egypt Cruise Planner, we understand that your journey is not just a vacation; it’s a quest for discovery. As you navigate the timeless waters of the Nile, let us guide you to the wonders of Egypt. Immerse yourself in the allure of our Egypt Cruises – where every moment is a chapter in the epic tale of this ancient land.

Iberotel Crown Emperor

From$540Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Monday & Thursday
The splendid Iberotel Crown Emperor Nile Cruise carries our travelers in supreme comfort, grace, and charm, creating an atmosphere where their preferences are noted and their wishes are fulfilled. The ship's professional and most experienced staff in the hospitality sector promises a personalized service answering all of your needs even before you express them.

MS Blue Shadow Nile Cruise

From$500Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Wednesday & Saturday
The Blue Shadow Nile Cruise is a luxurious journey through Egypt's ancient history that allows you to explore the most iconic landmarks and cultural heritage sites of the country in a comfortable and elegant way. This five-star cruise ship is designed to provide you with a unique experience that blends modern luxury, premium amenities, and ancient history.
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Mayflower Nile Cruise

From$680Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Friday & Monday
Welcome to Mayflower Nile Cruise, which is an exceptional way to explore the wonders of the Nile River in Egypt. Thanks to its elegant design, global amenities, and exceptional service, Mayflower Nile Cruise offers a unique trip across the heart of Egypt. The ship provides 60 luxury cabins, each of which includes a special balcony with panoramic views of the Nile. The cabins are designed with modern amenities and comfortable furnishings, ensuring a comfortable and comfortable accommodation for the passengers.

Sonesta Nile Goddess Cruise

From$940Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Friday & Monday
Nile Goddess Nile Cruise is a luxury floating hotel that offers an unforgettable experience of exploring the wonders of ancient Egypt. This magnificent ship is a modern masterpiece designed to provide the utmost comfort and luxury to its guests. The Nile Goddess Journey sails along the Nile River, the lifeblood of Egypt, and takes you on a fascinating journey through time, showcasing the country's rich history, culture, and natural beauty.
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Iberotel Crown Empress

From$540Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Monday & Thursday
The Iberotel Crown Empress Nile cruise is the ultimate luxury experience on the Nile. This amazing cruise ship is over 72 meters long and features five decks of total immersion. From the moment you step on board, you will be treated like royalty, with a level of service that is second to none.

M/S Concerto Nile Cruise

From$535Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Wednesday & Saturday
The M/S Concerto Nile Cruise is a luxury ship that offers guests a truly unforgettable experience as they sail along the majestic Nile River. With 63 cabins and 4 suites, this elegant ship can accommodate up to 130 passengers, making it the perfect choice for couples, families, and groups of friends.

Sonesta Sun Goddess

From$1,020Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Friday & Monday
The Sonesta Sun Goddess is a luxurious Nile cruise ship that offers guests an unforgettable journey through the ancient wonders of Egypt. This five-star ship is known for its exceptional amenities, state-of-the-art facilities, and outstanding service. The Sonesta Sun Goddess features luxurious cabins, all of which are elegantly furnished and decorated in a contemporary style. Each cabin offers guests the ultimate in comfort and luxury, with a range of modern amenities that include air conditioning, satellite TV, a mini-bar, and a private bathroom. The cabins are designed to provide guests with a peaceful and relaxing space to unwind after a day of exploring the wonders of Egypt.

Jaz Crown Jewel Nile Cruise

From$530Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Wednesday & Saturday
Jaz Crown Jewel Nile Cruise is a luxurious and elegant cruise ship that invites you to explore the wonders of ancient Egypt in style. This stunning ship features an array of luxurious amenities, world-class dining options and expert-led excursions that will take you on a journey through time and history.
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Sabena Al Jamila Nile Cruise

From$550Start From
5 Days or 4 Days
Availability : Monday & Thursday
The Sabena Al Jamila Nile Cruise is a luxurious and elegant ship that offers a truly unforgettable journey down the Nile. The cruise ship is a masterpiece of modern design and comfort, with spacious cabins, world-class amenities, and a variety of activities and entertainment options.
Temples,Tombs, Tours, Attractions and Much More.

We offer the best cruises in Egypt for groups and individuals.

We help you get the best out of museums, temples, tombs, activities, and destinations by offering you a great selection of local tours and attractions.

Deluxe Nile Cruises

Embark on a Deluxe Nile Cruise, where luxurious accommodations and stunning views combine to provide an unforgettable journey along the famous Nile River.

Luxury Nile Cruises

Enjoy a luxurious Nile cruise experience, where impeccable service and luxurious amenities combine to discover the splendor of ancient Egypt in unparalleled style.

Dahabiya Boats

Sail down the Nile on traditional wooden Dahabiya boats for a unique and personal experience, allowing you to explore the timeless wonders of Ancient Egypt.

Sights you will visit in Aswan

Aswan offers a unique blend of archaeological wonders and stunning landscapes. Embark on a journey through time and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of ancient Egypt.

  • Aswan High Dam

    One of the most impressive engineering feats in the world, the Aswan High Dam is a testament to human ingenuity. This massive dam, built between 1960 and 1970, has transformed Egypt by providing flood control, generating hydroelectric power, and irrigating farmland. Visitors can take a tour of the dam, which includes a visit to the power station and a panoramic view of Lake Nasser.

  • Unfinished Obelisk

    A fascinating glimpse into ancient Egyptian engineering, the Unfinished Obelisk is a massive granite shaft that was never completed due to a flaw in the stone. The obelisk was intended to be one of the largest ever built, but quarrying work was halted when a crack was discovered in the granite. Visitors can see the obelisk in its unfinished state, as well as the tools and markings left by the ancient workers.

  • Temple of Philae

    Dedicated to the goddess Isis, the Temple of Philae is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its beautiful architecture and serene atmosphere. The temple was originally located on an island in the Nile River, but it was relocated to its current location in the 1960s to save it from being submerged by the waters of Lake Nasser. Visitors can explore the temple’s many chambers and courtyards.

  • Temple of Horus in Edfu

    One of the best-preserved temples in Egypt, the Temple of Horus in Edfu is a magnificent example of ancient Egyptian architecture. The temple is dedicated to the falcon god Horus, and its walls are covered with detailed carvings depicting the myths and legends associated with this deity. Visitors can wander through the temple’s colonnaded halls and admire the impressive statues and hieroglyphics.

  • Temple of Kom Ombo

    A unique temple dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and the falcon god Haroeris, it is a fascinating example of ancient Egyptian religious architecture. The temple is divided into two distinct halves, each with its own set of chambers, courtyards, and sanctuaries. Visitors can explore both halves of the temple and learn about the myths and legends associated with Sobek and Haroeris.

Sights you will visit in Luxor

Luxor is home to some of the world’s most iconic and impressive archaeological sites. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit for anyone interested in ancient Egypt.

  • Karnak Temple

    One of the largest complexes in the world, it was a major center of worship for the ancient Egyptians for over 2,000 years. The temple is dedicated to the god Amun, and its vast grounds are home to many temples, towers, obelisks, and statues. Visitors can explore the temple’s many chambers and courtyards and admire the impressive architecture and hieroglyphics that adorn its walls.

  • Luxor Temple

    Embark on a journey through time to immerse yourself in the vibrant spectacle of ancient Egyptian rituals at Luxor Temple. Witness the imposing tower, flanked by colossal statues of Ramses II, and stroll through the temple’s grand courtyards adorned with intricate hieroglyphics and vibrant reliefs. Explore the temple’s sacred pools and shrines and feel the echoes of ancient ceremonies that once filled this holy space.

  • Valley of the Kings

    It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the tombs of some of Egypt’s most famous pharaohs, including Tutankhamun, Ramses II, and Seti I. The tombs are cut into the side of a mountain and are decorated with intricate paintings and hieroglyphics that depict the pharaoh’s journey to the afterlife. Visitors can take a guided tour of the tombs and learn about the beliefs and practices of the ancient Egyptians.

  • Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

    Marvel at the grandeur and architectural innovation of the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, a unique and awe-inspiring monument dedicated to the female pharaoh Hatshepsut. Explore the temple’s three terraces, each adorned with intricate carvings and hieroglyphics that narrate Hatshepsut’s life, reign, and divine connections. Ascend to the temple’s top terrace, offering stunning views of the surrounding valley.

  • Colossi of Memnon

    End your Luxor journey with these two massive statues of the pharaoh Amenhotep III are some of the most iconic landmarks in Egypt. The statues are located at the entrance to the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, and they were originally painted with bright colors. These ancient guardians have stood for millennia, symbolizing the enduring legacy of Egypt’s incredible history.

Top Activities to do in Aswan & Luxor.

From Luxor’s majestic temples to Aswan’s vibrant souks, Egypt Cruise Planner offers an array of immersive experiences that will transport you to the heart of Egypt’s rich history and culture.

  • Embark on a Majestic Hot Air Balloon Ride over Luxor

    Embark on an unforgettable journey above Luxor, the world’s greatest open-air museum. As the sun peeks over the horizon, your hot air balloon gently lifts off, revealing a breathtaking aerial view of ancient temples and the majestic Nile. Glide serenely over the Valley of the Kings and Queens, witnessing the timeless splendor of these ancient burial grounds from a unique perspective.

  • Experience the Authenticity of Nubian Village Life in Aswan

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of a Nubian village near Aswan. These colorful settlements, nestled along the Nile’s banks, offer a glimpse into the rich traditions and lifestyles of the Nubians. Wander through the brightly painted houses, interact with the friendly locals, and learn about their fascinating history and customs. Enjoy traditional Nubian life to make memories that will last a lifetime.

  • Delve into the Enigmatic of Medinet Habu in Luxor

    Step into the past at Medinet Habu, the mortuary temple of Ramesses III. This architectural marvel in Luxor is a testament to ancient Egypt’s grandeur. Explore the well-preserved temple complex adorned with intricate carvings depicting victorious battles and daily life. The towering columns and vivid reliefs make Medinet Habu a must-visit destination for all travelers like you.

  • Delve into the Delights of Aswan's Spice Market

    Delve into the bustling Spice Market of Aswan, a sensory explosion of colors, scents, and flavors. Stroll through the vibrant alleys with stalls overflowing with fresh, aromatic spices, herbs, and exotic ingredients. Engage with local merchants, sample unique spices, and learn about their uses in traditional Egyptian cuisine. It’s an experience that captures the essence of Aswan’s rich cultural tapestry.

  • Witness the Enchanting Philae Temple Sound & Light Show

    Experience the magic of ancient Egypt at the Philae Temple Sound & Light Show. As the stars twinkle above, the temple comes alive with stunning lights and captivating narration, telling the tales of gods and goddesses. The interplay of light and shadow across the temple’s majestic structures, enchanting music, and dramatic storytelling create a mesmerizing spectacle that transports you back in time.

  • Embark on a Tranquil Felucca Ride along the Aswan Nile

    Set sail on a traditional felucca and glide gracefully along the Nile in Aswan. Feel the gentle breeze as you navigate the tranquil waters, witnessing the timeless beauty of the Nile Valley. Watch the sun set behind the palm-lined banks, casting a golden glow on the river. This peaceful boat ride offers a journey through the heart of Egypt’s enchanting landscapes and ancient history.

Things to know about Egypt Nile Cruises

Below you will find the most frequently asked questions asked by travelers

Is a Nile River Cruise Worth it?

Absolutely yes! A Nile River cruise is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that allows you to explore the wonders of ancient Egypt in style and comfort. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider booking a Nile cruise:

  • Unparalleled sightseeing: Witness ancient temples, tombs, and monuments up close without the hassle of traveling between them.
  • Luxurious accommodations: Relax in comfortable cabins with all amenities and enjoy delicious meals.
  • Cultural immersion: Experience traditional Egyptian hospitality and learn about the country’s rich history and culture.
  • Stunning landscapes: Cruise along the Nile River and marvel at the beauty of the Egyptian countryside.
  • Relaxation and rejuvenation: Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and unwind in the peaceful surroundings of the Nile.

It’s truly a magical experience that will create memories that will last a lifetime.

What is the best month for a Nile cruise?

The best time to take a Nile River cruise depends on your preferences. Here’s a breakdown of the different seasons:

  • October to April: This is the peak season for Nile cruises, with warm weather and sunny skies. However, it can also be crowded and more expensive.
  • May to September: The weather is still warm, but there are fewer crowds and lower prices. However, be prepared for hot temperatures, especially during the summer months.
  • December to February: This is the coolest time of year, with comfortable temperatures and minimal crowds.

Ultimately, the best month for you will depend on your budget, tolerance for crowds, and preferred weather conditions.

How much does the Egyptian Nile River cruise cost?

The cost of a Nile River cruise varies depending on the length of the cruise, the time of year, the type of ship, and the level of luxury.

  • Low-end: Budget cruises start around $500 per person for a 4-day cruise.
  • Mid-range: Mid-range cruises cost between $1,000 and $2,000 per person for a 7-day cruise.
  • High-end: Luxury cruises can cost upwards of $5,000 per person for a 7-day cruise.

Additional costs to consider:

  • Flights: If you are not flying into Cairo, you must factor in the cost of flights to Luxor or Aswan.
  • Visas: You must purchase a visa for Egypt, which costs around $25.
  • Tipping: Tipping is customary in Egypt, so budget for tips for your crew and guides.
  • Excursions: Some excursions, such as hot air balloon rides, are not included in the price of the cruise.

Here are some tips for finding a good deal on a Nile River cruise:

  • Book your cruise in advance: Cruises are often cheaper if you book several months in advance.
  • Travel during the off-season: Prices are lower during the shoulder seasons (May-June and September-October).
  • Look for deals and discounts: Many travel websites and tour operators offer discounts on Nile River cruises.
  • Compare prices: Be sure to compare prices from different cruise lines before you book.

Where does Nile River Cruise start and end?

Most cruises on the Nile start and end in either Luxor or Aswan.

  • Luxor: Luxor is located on the eastern bank of the Nile River and is famous for its many ancient temples and tombs, including the Valley of the Kings and the Karnak Temple Complex. When the cruise starts from Luxor, it lasts 5 days and 4 nights.
  • Aswan: Aswan is located on the southern border of Egypt and is famous for its beautiful scenery, including the Temple of Philae and the temples of Abu Simbel. When the cruise starts from Aswankon, the trip lasts 4 days and 3 nights.

Some cruises also offer the option of starting or ending in Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Home to the Giza Pyramids and the Egyptian Museum, Cairo is a great place to explore before or after your cruise.

How many days do you need on a Nile cruise?

The length of a Nile River cruise varies depending on your itinerary and interests. Here are some common options:

  • 3 Night Cruises: These cruises briefly overview the most popular sights between Aswan and Luxor. Depart from Aswan and end in Luxor.
  • 4 Night Cruises: These cruises offer a more comprehensive itinerary, including visits to both Luxor and Aswan. Depart from Luxor and end in Aswan.
  • 7 Night Cruises: These cruises are ideal for those who want to explore the Nile in depth and experience various activities, such as hot air balloon rides, felucca rides, and visits to local villages. Depart from Luxor and end in Luxor.

The best length of cruise for you will depend on your time constraints and budget.

How far in advance should I book Nile cruise?

It is always recommended to book your Nile River cruise at least 3-6 months in advance, especially during the peak season (October-April). This will give you the best chance of getting your desired cruise at your desired price.

Here are some benefits of booking in advance:

  • Better selection of cruises: You will have a wider selection of cruises.
  • Lower prices: You may get a discounted rate if you book in advance.
  • Guaranteed availability: You will be guaranteed a spot on the cruise you want.

Here are some tips for booking your Nile River cruise in advance:

  • Research different cruise lines: Read reviews and compare prices before you book.
  • Book directly with the cruise line: This is often cheaper than booking through a third-party website.
  • Consider travel insurance: This can protect you if you cancel your trip for unforeseen circumstances.

What do you wear on a Nile river cruise?

The dress code on a Nile River cruise is generally smart casual. However, it is important to pack various clothing to accommodate different weather conditions and activities.

Here are some suggestions:

  • For daytime: Lightweight clothing such as shorts, t-shirts, and sundresses are ideal for the warm weather. You may also want to pack a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
  • For evenings: Collared shirts, pants, and dresses are appropriate for dinner and evening activities.
  • For excursions: Comfortable shoes are essential for walking around temples and other attractions. You may also want to pack a hat and sunglasses.
  • For cold weather: Pack a sweater or jacket if you are traveling during the cooler months.
  • For formal events: Some cruises may have one or two formal nights. Be sure to pack a cocktail dress or suit if this is the case.

It is also important to respect local customs and dress modestly when visiting religious sites.

What is the most luxurious Nile cruise ships?

There are several luxurious Nile River cruise ships to choose from, offering a variety of amenities and services. Here are a few of the most popular:

  • Oberoi Philae: This luxurious ship features elegantly appointed cabins, gourmet dining, and a variety of onboard activities.
  • Movenpick Royal Lotus: This ship offers spacious cabins with balconies, a spa, and a swimming pool.
  • Sonesta St. George I: This ship is known for its excellent service and beautiful public areas.
  • Radisson Blu: This ship offers modern amenities and a variety of onboard activities.
  • Nile Adventurer: This ship is ideal for those who want a more traditional experience, with smaller cabins and a more intimate atmosphere.

When choosing a luxury Nile River cruise ship, consider your budget, preferred amenities, and desired level of service.

What are the different types of cruises on the Nile?

Learning a few Arabic words and phrases can enhance your experience when visiting Egypt, as it shows respect for the local culture and can help you communicate with locals. Here are some Arabic words and phrases to know:

  • Salaam Alaikum: This is a common Arabic greeting that means “peace be upon you.” Locals will appreciate it if you greet them with this phrase.
  • Shukran: This means “thank you.” It’s always polite to show gratitude when someone helps you or does something for you.
  • Sabah Al-Khair: This means “good morning.” It’s a polite way to greet someone in the morning.
  • Masaa Al-Khair: This means “good evening.” It’s a polite way to greet someone in the evening.
  • Laa Shukran: This means “no, thank you.” You can use this phrase when declining an offer or a service.
  • Min Fadlak: This means “please.” You can use this word when making a request.
  • Afwan: This means “you’re welcome.” You can use this word to respond to someone who has thanked you.
  • Aiwa: This means “yes.” It’s a simple way to answer a question in the affirmative.
  • Laa: This means “no.” It’s a simple way to answer a question in the negative.
  • Ma’a Salama: This means “goodbye” or “go with peace.” It’s a polite way to bid farewell.

By learning these basic Arabic words and phrases, you can show respect for the local culture and communicate more effectively with locals during your visit to Egypt.

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